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  • Amazon has created a new tool to help customers find a grocery delivery slot when demand is surging.
  • Amazon’s vice president of grocery, Stephenie Landry, told Recode this week that the company added the option to sign up to be notified when a delivery slot is available. When the space opens up, customers will have two hours to place their order.
  • The new feature will be made available to Amazon Fresh and Whole Foods shoppers in places where Amazon sees a spike in demand. 
  • Amazon and other grocery delivery services saw a major increase in online orders earlier this year when the coronavirus outbreak hit the US. Frustrated shoppers reported refreshing stores’ websites late at night to find open time slots.
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Amazon is adding a new feature to help desperate shoppers secure a grocery delivery slot. 

Amazon’s vice president of grocery, Stephenie Landry,

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a group of people in a store: An employee of grocery delivery service Amazon Fresh between two rows of shelves. Monika Skolimowska/picture alliance via Getty Images


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An employee of grocery delivery service Amazon Fresh between two rows of shelves. Monika Skolimowska/picture alliance via Getty Images

  • Amazon has created a new tool to help customers find a grocery delivery slot when demand is surging.
  • Amazon’s vice president of grocery, Stephenie Landry, told Recode this week that the company added the option to sign up to be notified when a delivery slot is available. When the space opens up, customers will have two hours to place their order.
  • The new feature will be made available to Amazon Fresh and Whole Foods shoppers in places where Amazon sees a spike in demand. 
  • Amazon and other grocery delivery services saw a major increase in online orders earlier this year when the coronavirus outbreak hit the US. Frustrated shoppers reported refreshing stores’ websites late at night to find open time slots.
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for
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Image: Leigh Henningham/Woolworths

Woolworths has deployed its first micro-automation technology in the e-commerce facility located at the back of its existing Melbourne-based Carrum Downs supermarket, in a bid to speed up the delivery of online grocery orders.

The supermarket giant claims to be the first in Australia to deploy the Takeoff technology, which has been designed to sort and move up to 10,000 grocery products from automated storage units to team members that are handpicking customer orders. Fresh fruit, vegetables, and meat will continue to be handpicked from the shop floor, Woolworth said.

According to Woolworths Group CEO Brad Banducci, automating the picking of products will help dispatch five times the online order volume of a standard Woolworths store.

“As customer expectations continue to rise, we’re investing in new technology to keep pace with the growth and focusing on building an ever more convenient online offer,” he said.

“The micro-fulfilment

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Grocery
Gadget is designed to simplify serious shopping.  The productivity mobile app
works in tandem with the online portal to help you save time and money
at home, and at the grocery store.

Save Time @ Home

Stop rebuilding shopping lists!  Enter items in the app or portal as you arrange them at home.  Check your shelves while setting quantities, and leave items that you don’t need at 0.

Save Time @ The Store

The app learns item order as your check them off your list.  Next time all items are in the proper order.  You can also arrange aisles manually for each store.

Sync Lists with Family

Our unique sync technology lets you share lists across unlimited devices and a portal account.  Any time you update your list, the change updates across all devices in your group in a matter of seconds.

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Seriously. There I was sat right in front of the computer thinking “wow I really need to sort out my registry”. I know what you’re thinking, geek right? Well actually you are right! I know that the registry on my computer is important. I know that it needs to be kept clean, kept in order and mostly kept free from rogue entries. Now to most of you out there, geeks or not, you know that keeping your computer in some kind of order is like keeping all the groceries in your cupboards in order. A strange analogy right? Wrong!

Think about it this way; if the groceries are facing the right way, have the labels attached, are not out of date and in easy reach you’re going to be able to work around the kitchen in a more orderly fashion. Be able to work more efficiently. Well, ensuring your registry … Read More